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Case

Deepcool MATREXX 30 MicroATX Mini Tower Case

(14 Ratings, 3.5 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Deepcool

Part #

  • MATREXX 30
  • DP-MATX-MATREXX30
  • DP-ATX-MATREXX50

Manufacturer

Deepcool

Type

MicroATX Mini Tower

Color

Black

Power Supply

None

Side Panel Window

Tempered Glass

Power Supply Shroud

No

Front Panel USB

  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
  • USB 2.0 Type-A

Motherboard Form Factor

  • Micro ATX
  • Mini ITX

Full-Height Expansion Slots

4

Half-Height Expansion Slots

0

Maximum Video Card Length

250 mm / 9.843"

Dimensions

  • 405.8 mm x 193 mm x 378.2 mm
  • 15.976" x 7.598" x 14.89"

External 5.25" Bays

1

Internal 2.5" Bays

2

Internal 3.5" Bays

3

Volume

  • 29.62 L
  • 1.046 ft³

Price History

    Reviews

    sirtheronww
    • 14 points
    • 5 months ago

    Cheap case, which I expected going into this build. Though admittedly stylish on the exterior, which is what convinced me to buy it. Gotta say, cable management was near impossible with this case. There IS space behind the back panel to route SOME wires. Though the amount of space the back panel offers is less than half an inch. Rendering the possibility of routing your 24-pin through the back impossible, as the wire bundle is too thick. There were other routing problems we ran into, and ultimately had to have a good portion of the wires clearly visible through the glass panel. Certainly not a deal breaker, and I wasn't expected $100+ quality. 4 stars for effort, external style, and affordability.

    kschendel
    • 9 points
    • 7 months ago

    from completed build General Purpose PC

    No obvious sharp edges, every thing seemed to fit. Real tempered glass. On the negative side, the I/O shield was hard to position positively, cable management is pretty marginal, and there's no manual I could find, not even online. The single included fan is OK. The case isn't a bad looker, and the airflow is decent enough if you add a front intake fan. Between this and the DIYPC F2, I'd take the DIYPC for most builds, for the more and better fans and better airflow.

    KadiusFTW
    • 8 points
    • 3 months ago

    from completed build RGB (Really Ghetto & Broke)

    Pretty decent for the money. There are a couple of obnoxious things I would change, such as the drive bay being riveted into place instead of screwed, but that can be overlooked for the 20usd +tax I payed to buy it.

    IceCreamFiend
    • 7 points
    • 7 months ago

    from completed build Small and Practical First Build

    This was the toughest part of my build. I bought this brand new from a well-known retailer, but it came without a paper manual inside the box, digital manual on the manufacturer's website and never got one after I emailed them directly requesting a copy. I bought this on sale and was anxious to get this build going, so I moved ahead without one. The 3.5" cage (bottom) and optical drive cage (top) are pop riveted, no M3 screws. I can only add one 120mm fan on the front panel, potentially two if I remove the drive cages. Thermals and airflow are OK considering this sees moderate use. The cable management inside the case is OK but may add cable supports around the motherboard. But at less than $50 I expected some compromises, so ¯\(ツ)

    meganekun
    • 7 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build First budget gaming PC build

    Case has a tempered glass side panel which is good for the price. Only 1 fan can be mounted up front in its proper configuration and there is no PSU shroud, though that's to be expected given the price point. Cable management area though at the back is almost nonexistent, making cable management a nightmare to deal with. You'd be better off spending a bit more for a better case and/or buying a fully modular PSU with flat cables to make cable management less of a hassle.

    Namlleb
    • 6 points
    • 10 months ago

    from completed build Budget Build for Buddy

    Difficult to build in, but extremely cheap. The tempered glass is what really makes this case worth it.

    Vikks_Hallowhaunt
    • 6 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build Workshop PC

    Rivets used instead of screws in many places which get in the way constantly. There is minimal room for cable management, but just a bit above having none at all. For whatever reason the lower front fan mount holes are made smaller than fan mount screws. Decent enough for a budget case, just has odd manufacturing decisions. Has glass, which is nice, but doesn't offset the obvious design defects.

    KawiYama
    • 5 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build Office PC for gramps

    Deepcool says its supports matx motherboards, they also say it supports 5.25” drives. it doesnt support both at once. go to my completed build to view a picture of this clearance issue.

    Bronstet
    • 4 points
    • 5 months ago

    Good value micro-ATX case with a tempered glass side for a mere $40 Canadian. Solid build quality.

    Wrathfulfury
    • 4 points
    • 4 months ago

    from completed build Web Surfing Computer

    For the price I can't complain but it would really be nice if the cut outs were designed to handle larger mini atx motherboards.

    Would also really like if they had designed the drive cage with screws instead of rivets.

    There is enough space they really should have added a few more holes to place 2 fans on the outside and also so a 240 ml rad could be fit on the inside.

    Also make sure you are using a smaller mini atx or itx if you want to fit a internal blue ray since it will not fit otherwise.

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